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  • Bucket of rocks a cherished tradition at Bishop Kelly

    Every player on the Bishop Kelly High football team has his own gold-painted rock that bears his name, jersey number and goals for the season. Those rocks are placed in a bucket as physical representation of a player's commitment to the team and their strength as a unit. The Knights, who are attempting to win a fourth straight state championship, don't go anywhere without them.

Bucket of rocks a cherished tradition at Bishop Kelly

Every player on the Bishop Kelly High football team has his own gold-painted rock that bears his name, jersey number and goals for the season. Those rocks are placed in a bucket as physical representation of a player's commitment to the team and their strength as a unit. The Knights, who are attempting to win a fourth straight state championship, don't go anywhere without them.
Rachel Roberts rroberts@idahostatesman.com